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Anyone been playing with GPU passtrough from Arch linux host to Windows guest on QEMU/KVM? There is documentation and tutorials online but I can't manage to get it working, any tips appreciated. I got nvidia 1660Ti as only graphic for passtrough

here is my briar contact
briar://acuveykvavmxvluxftwpj7gdoujxww634we7o7sovckxouva2nmug

if anyone is using it or wanna try it out, we can even make privacy oriented group on there

just ping me with your briar link if you added me

#briar #briarproject #p2p #privacy

What I didn't know about croc (p2p tool for sending files, like magic wormhole) is that recognizes when I'm sending files to VM, its just like sending files over USB its really fast.

If you want to access Manjaro forum post on some issue and you get error of missing page or login request, you can try to enter archived before domain, for example:
archived.manjaro.org/somepost
and it should lead you directly to post.

I've passed my last exam, only one final project to diploma. Soon I'll have licence to kill, as my professor would say.

I'm kinda dissapointed for Google blocking fediverse apps, most of users that read something online about Mastodon will search for apps on Google Play to get on fediverse train and that is only reason why I don't like blocks. On the other hand thank I'm kinda glad that Google is not hosting those apps because fuck Google.

Holy crap, google is apparently taking down all/most fediverse apps from google play on the grounds that that some servers in the fediverse engage in hate speech. At least three apps I know of anyway and I'd imagine the others will follow soon under the exact same reasoning.} Seems to be the case with Husky, Fedilab, and "subway" tooter.

this is a scary precedent if google play is going to ban any apps that can in any way be used to access content with hate speech. So what about a forum client, do they take that down just because there is a forum somewhere on the internet posting hate speech?

This is particularly worrisome because for most people Google Play is the only way they understand to install apps at all.

Picture attached of one of the notices received by fedilab.

toot.fedilab.app/@fedilab/1047

mastodon.social/@Gargron/10476

@fedilab @tateisu #fediverse #mastoadmin #freespeech #censorship

🔥 Hot new #neovim plugin for glow:

Preview markdown directly in your neovim buffer!

github.com/npxbr/glow.nvim

Need gpg key of developer which owns Github or Codeberg repo? Enter this in your CLI to import it (assuming devs username is dev):

Codeberg: curl codeberg.org/dev.gpg | gpg --import

Github: curl github.com/dev.gpg | gpg --import

Thanks @leip4Ier for pointing this out

Some writings and config files which may help you have better grade on securityheaders.com for your website than your finals.
lakic.one/en/securityheaders/

I'll be writing soon post about how to achieve A+ on securityheaders.com and 105 points on Mozilla observatory for very simple static website with no JavaScript (just locally served css and html) and also >95% Google page speed rating. I will also include nginx headers used and gzip compression for copy/paste purposes.

@yarmo
Hey, is there way to remove signed notations from gpg keys?

Hey I’ve been nominated for @hackernoon@twitter.com’s Security Advocate of the Year for my work w/ @privacytoolsIO@twitter.com 🎉 Throw some votes my way @ noonies.tech/award/security-ad 😄

You can put any archive in picture, just be sure that 700x700 pixels catpicture.jpg isn't 50GB heavy, that might be little bit suspicious.

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Steganography is technique of hiding one file (e.g secret.txt) to another file (eg catpicture.jpg). Example in Linux terminal which directory is in folder where is your catpicture.jpg:
1. echo "Very secret text" > secret.txt
2. 7z a secret.7z secret.txt
3. cat secret.7z > catpicture.jpg
And thats it, to be sure that there is secret.txt in your catpicture.jpg just move catpicture to other folder cd into that folder and type:
4. 7z x catpicture.jpg
You should see your secret.txt file.

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